The Purge Has Begun

soviet-purges


purge
noun
Definition of purge
1: something that purges; especially : purgative
2a : an act or instance of purging
b : the removal of elements or members regarded as undesirable and especially as treacherous or disloyal

Leftists have always been into ideological cleansings. This is from DailyKos:

Why Trump voters are not welcome in my house this holiday

My wife Alice and I are not having our after-the-holidays party this year. It’s a 20+ year tradition; a welcome respite for our friends following Christmas and Hanukah. Guests always say how much they appreciate a party after the holidays and having a chance to finally relax.

This year, however, I told my Alice that Trump voters were not welcome in my home. Living in Dallas, Texas, and given the conservative bent of our friends, that meant no party. We couldn’t invite only the few people we knew who conformed to our sense of decency. We weren’t even sure where some of our neighbors stood. So we cancelled the whole affair.

In fact, I went further. I told my tennis group, whom I had known for years, I would no longer be playing with them, since most were Trump supporters. I stated that I could not socialize with people who lacked a moral compass which I consider fundamental to being American.

What has brought about such an extreme reaction in me, to the point of cutting off relationships and ceasing activities that I enjoy? It’s really not that complicated.

Immediately after the election, I was somewhat sanguine – despite the shock of “losing” an election in which my candidate won the popular vote by almost 3 million. My mother reminded me that we had survived Reagan. My sister noted that our grandmother – a proud Suffragette – had once commented: “we survived Harding, Coolidge, Hoover, The Depression and World War II; we can survive anything.”

I thought perhaps that Trump the President, might be chastened by the awesome responsibility he was about to assume – and leave behind the toxicity of his campaign rhetoric. Then, in rapid succession, three things happened that changed my mind.

First, Trump announced that Steve Bannon, of Breitbart infamy, would become a senior White House advisor. To invite such a purveyor of lies, hate and bigotry to work inside the hallowed gates of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue was beyond the pale.

[…]

Every person who voted for Trump is complicit. Some, like Hillary’s deplorables, are incorrigible. Others, like our comfortable friends, chose their own pocketbooks, or their understandable distaste of Hillary Clinton, over doing what was right.

These people should have known better. Any student of history can compare current times to the rise of fascism in the 1930’s – when an electorate reeling from The Great Depression brought to power Hitler and emboldened Mussolini. The formula was eerily familiar: blame others for your own failures and turn power over to a man who pledges to restore the country to its prior greatness.

Today, restless populations in the US and Europe are traumatized by economic and social changes brought about by globalization. Many blame immigrants, minorities, elites and the media for their plight. This is now a world in which strongman elected officials like Putin, Duterte, La Pen and Hofer are enjoying surges of popularity. They wantonly attack life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness – all in the name of economic retribution, law and order, and fighting terrorism.

To this menacing trend, we now add Donald Trump. This is not a joke. This is not tolerable. This is not American. The people who enabled it by voting for this ignorant and dangerous buffoon are not welcome in my home.


This reminds me of the Great Purge of 2007-2008 when Hillary supporters were driven out of DailyKos and other progressive blogs. What is unusual here is that typically these purges take place after the Leftists win.

Now that’s a scary thought. How would all these insane Democrats be acting if Hillary had won?

OT: I have felt three separate earthquakes in the past half-hour, all located near the California-Nevada border. Apparently California is breaking away from the rest of the United States. #Calexit has started.


Henry S. Rosen (aka "hammerinhank")

Henry S. Rosen (aka “hammerinhank”)

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131 Responses to The Purge Has Begun

  1. Underwhelmed says:

    America will move on, and leave these fucktards behind. To quote Aaron Sorkin — they’ll like us when we win. When people experience first hand the rejuvenation of America the Leftists will have nothing left. And they’ve precious little now as it is.

    • 49erDweet says:

      Caltrans runs a great CCTV network, posting freeze-frame updates on the interwebby every few mins. I like to check it after big quakes to get a better assessment of what’s happening. So far hwy 395 and all the lakes over there are holding up fine. Love #Calexit tag.

    • Jadzia says:

      Holy shit, that Twitter feed is addicting. Did you know there was a 5 point something in Romania yesterday? I didn’t even know that Romania had seismic activity! I guess I’ll have to ask our housekeeper when she gets back from her Christmas holiday, because she’s there right now.

    • lateblum says:

      He didn’t come in gracefully, nor did he stay with any grace. I cannot imagine him “leaving” any way other than this. Vindictive and self centered to the end.

  2. I guess I could say that 2016 rocked my world. Three times.

  3. Lulu says:

    Re Daily Kos and the moral outrage: It is all they got. As for canceling a party it is really a favor to his acquaintances since they don’t have to make up an excuse not to come to the home of such an immature prick. This silly man-child has retreated into fantasies about what may happen and on why everyone is so evil and horrible rather than deal with the FACT that his political and social worldview has been rejected. The Dems lost a thousand elected offices nationally at the federal and state level. Rejection has been going on since 2010 (really 2008) but they didn’t notice. As long as it was not Obama-god-level Dems they didn’t care. Being a Dem state legislator means you are an endangered species. Being a Dem city counsel member means you will never move up. Being a Dem state attorney general means you have a target on your back and you will never be appointed to jack shit. Good luck Dems recruiting new up and comer Dems worth spit to wait in line forever if Nancy Pelosi should EVER kick the bucket and Obama will shuffle off somewhere and shut the fuck up.

    • mothy67 says:

      I bet his tennis friends laughed their asses off behind his back. I would.

      • Lulu says:

        And in Dallas they will get him back big time. He will be a pariah in no time.

      • Jadzia says:

        No kidding! This guy is the middle-aged embodiment of what everybody’s mother told them at some point in elementary school: “If they don’t like you because [insert stupid reason here], they’re not friends worth having.”

    • lateblum says:

      What a joke. In his teeny, tiny mind, he is punishing the people he calls friends by shutting them out. In reality, he is continuing to live in the bubble he calls his world. That world is becoming smaller and smaller and he has no one but himself when he finally looks around to find he is alone. I have no sympathy for anyone who purposely and arrogantly thinks himself so special he cannot tolerate anyone who differs in any way from his own special-ness.
      And his tennis buddies likely replaced him in less than 10 minutes after he walked away. It wouldn’t surprise me if they had someone waiting in the locker room in the hopes that he would leave.

  4. Lulu says:

    My spidey sense is going crazy with this Israel stuff and the Dems specifically Obama Dems. It looks desperate and forced. And way too late. Kerry is the father in law of a very connected Iranian. He seems almost manic for such a lazy incompetent fool. Obama was cool at first with the election and sort of “well that’s that” but then he got mad, or maybe threatened. The election up-turned his deal with globalists and Iranians. Are they all not going to pay him if he doesn’t get these last licks in and is he really pissed about having to do some work? Now Israel and EGYPT (wha?) are saying they got proof of these idiots collusion to do this. And any time they send out the weasel Ben Rhodes you know they are lying big time. So not understanding cause and effect, shit-midas Bronco, You Have a Friend Kerry, the sad eyebrowed Samantha Power, mega-sneak Jarrett, idiot Susan Rice, etc blow up the UN. Which of course is exactly what the Republicans want. These lackies want their money but a Trump FBI will be tracking it. Pissy people. Doing dumb things.

    • mothy67 says:

      I’m going to go with End of Days prophecy.
      Why not? Ready for the worst. Don’t actually think any of those tools are smart enough to be anti-christ.

      • Lulu says:

        Everything about the Chicago-Obama-Progs (and Clintons) is about money so I think someone is threatening to welsh on them so they are panicking, pissy, and forced to do what they are told. No one is afraid of them anymore ie Israel and Egypt who are ratting them out. It is all so late and half-assed to use the frigging, joke of an UN as they can’t use executive orders anymore. It isn’t a real policy but a clown show thrown out last minute.

        • mothy67 says:

          Maybe some truth to her screaming after Lauer’s town hall that everyone’s head would end up in a noose.

          • Lulu says:

            The stories of her throwing a six figure value bottle of champagne smashing the screen of a million dollar plus one of a kind flat screen tv gifted from the Saudi’s is not just anger. That is fear PLUS anger. That flat screen was to view her, and her Saudi backers, victory. And now Bronco is trying to get the last licks in re the middle east and what Saudis and Iran paid for. Trump, Tillerson, Sessions, Putin. Horrors for Obama/Clinton.

  5. Dora says:

    I forgot about Kerry’s Iranian son-in-law. He is supposed to speak this afternoon, or maybe tomorrow. I think all of our ‘spidey senses’ will be going crazy when this news comes out.

    =====

    Report: Egyptian Media Have Transcript of Kerry/Rice Colluding With Palestinian Authority Against Israel…

    This is disturbing. According to The Times of Israel, the Egyptian government have transcripts of communication showing Secretary Kerry and Susan Rice formulating a plan with the Palestinian Authority to create the anti-Israeli U.N. scheme; and beyond…

    https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/12/27/report-egyptian-media-have-transcript-of-kerryrice-colluding-with-palestinian-authority-against-israel/

  6. Dora says:

    The Purge Has Begun

  7. Dora says:

    Why would they want to remain in France with all those refugees pouring in?

  8. Anthony says:

    My first (predictably) sarcastic thought was “Good. The Rosen’s usual guests will find another party to attend, and the Rosens will be sitting home, sipping lattes in their skinny jeans. Alone.”

    After a moment of reflection, this could be the beginning of the new “Purple Party” – think back to Hillary’s home-made outfit with purple lapels that matched Bill’s tie at her concession speech. Then, add Barry’s purchase of a 15 room home a mile from the White House, Harry Reid leaving congress along with Barbara Boxer (and who know’s who will be next?)

    Sounds like the beginning of a shadow government to replace the Dems that Obama destroyed with his globalist bullshit. Anyone else have similar thoughts? Or am I turning into Tinfoil Hattie?

    • votermom says:

      I think the Clintons are up to something with that purple stuff, so you may be right.

    • Lulu says:

      The Dems revenue stream is drying up since they have no power. What are they going to do? Found a think tank or magazine? Host cruises for old, stupid, rich progs to bitch and relive their glory days for a thousand dollars cut per person. These are the same people who went through 1.25 billion dollars for Hill’s campaign like shit through a goose. And those donors want to know where the money went. FOR NOTHING! Bronco and Moose were counting on having a Clinton style “foundation” to sell influence to a Clinton administration and EU and UN but that has been exposed as a pay to play scheme and now they have no administration influence to sell. The Obamas’ thought they were going to switch places with the Clintons and it was their turn to make bank and collect on what they had already done. The depth of the disaster of loosing to Trump didn’t even sink in immediately. Now it is and they are flummoxed as to what to sell and keep money coming in. They won’t even be able to get corporate directorships because those companies will get the side-eye from Trump. “Shadow Government” is just another marketing name for scheme to extract money from Soros et al.

      • Anthony says:

        See my comment to elliesmom below. Now that the Dems have self-destructed, Soros has nothing to spend his money on that can impact our politics. Easy solution: Create another “party” to carry out his bidding.

      • foxyladi14 says:

        Amen!!!

    • elliesmom says:

      I have doubts the Clintons, the Obamas, Harry Reid, Boxer, et al. are going quietly into that good night. But they will have no direct political power to sell. The only way to influence anything that happens will be to spend money. If they have to spend their own money, like Soros does, they won’t. Can you really see the Obamas reaching into their own pockets to hire “protesters”? “Pundits” might ask for their opinions, and they’ll take every opportunity to trash Trump, but as long as he has a successful administration, it won’t endear them to the public.

      • Anthony says:

        I’m thinking that Soros will be bankrolling it. Like he’s bankrolled the Dems/Progs for decades.

        • Lulu says:

          The illegal migrant stuff, the implosion of the EU, and now the crashing US Progs are stretching his resources. He is god awful rich but he has unleashed hell and now he cannot keep up with the costs. Soros may pay the screw up Progs last or on the cheap which would freak them out like we are seeing.

          • mothy67 says:

            Also greatly diminished control. The mall brawls will alienate most people. . That shit didn’t happen pre obama. They created the monster and now no control. Looks bad for dims.

        • elliesmom says:

          But there’s no reason to funnel his resources through the Obamas or the Clintons. They have nothing but a name to add to the process, and if it’s a “shadow government”, they won’t want to do that. Soros will be looking to fund his next puppets, and thanks to his old puppets, the list of candidates is small.

          • Lulu says:

            I hadn’t thought of that. But Soros seems to be already funding “groups” and getting away from the pols since they are failing and getting beat or retiring before they are. I still think the Obama’s and Clinton’s are trying to find a way to be Soros middle-men so they can still get a cut, skim off the top or at least get their travel expenses (super-luxury level) paid. “Shadow government” sounds like a steal from the UK parliamentary system and just a marketing trial balloon for a new term. We don’t have a parliamentary system we have a minority in Congress which the Obamas and Clintons are not a part of. They are trying to horn in to remain relevant to get funding and money. I think it is going to fail miserably because they lost everything badly.

          • Lulu says:

            Remember when Obama moved the DNC to Chicago? That was to exert total control but it was also when the national party started falling apart. Obama-ites didn’t want (non-approved) state party people or donor/activists coming nor them visiting with Congressmen down the street at the capitol building. Bronco is still trying to control the party (money) although it is now worth shit. He is being reduced to community agitator pain in the butt just like in Chicago. Modus operandi is pay me or you will regret it. He is “transitioning” to international extortionist.

  9. elliesmom says:

    I’m hoping to be eliminated from several “gift giving occasions” which will occur this spring. It would be easier than explaining why I don’t choose to celebrate release from an indoctrination facility. My nephew is a film student who is currently trying to raise funds to make a documentary film for his senior project next year. He asked us for some cash. We have been supportive of things like band camp when he was in high school, and his mom and dad couldn’t it help so asking is OK. I told him producers are usually given a script for approval. When I told him I wouldn’t be responsible for releasing his film on the world, I got unfriended on FB. This Trump hate thing is saving me some cash.

    • votermom says:

      Oh dear, was his script that bad? Or very propaganda-ist?

      • elliesmom says:

        The premise of the film is fine. “Why do we need laughter?” The protagonist is a gay comedian. But there is so much propaganda in it, the message boils down to there’s so much oppression in his life, his only refuge is his comedy, which he admits isn’t very funny to anyone who hasn’t experienced the oppression. So he only accepts gigs in gay clubs. I was OK until it got to the part where the comedian wasn’t going to be able to perform anymore because people voted for a racist homophobe. Gay clubs are going to be in danger now. I reminded him about the Orlando shooting, which happened on Obama’s watch. I wasn’t going to financially support Trump Derangement Syndrome. I suggested my nephew do some edits and resubmit it because I thought the basic idea was good. Laughter is good for us, and real comedy starts with being able to laugh at yourself. He told me he wasn’t the only one involved in the project, and in any event, he had asked for money, not critical input. When I politely declined to donate, he disappeared from my FB list. I was very supportive of him in every other way, and with the removal of the TDS, he would have had a nice donation. I’m sure he’ll get the money somewhere else.

        • mothy67 says:

          I think Trump is the most friendly of all presidents toward gays. Do not get the panic. Peter Theil spoke at the convention. One of his first lawyers was Roy Cohn. Invited Evancho to sing. Her parents are suing local school over trans bathroom. He said he would have no problem with a transgender person using the bathroom of choice.
          I just don’t get this heterophobia.

          • 49erDweet says:

            It’s being “spontaneously” and artificially created to inject a reason to hate DJT where none exists. The Narrative. Always the Narrative.

        • His SJW version would probably get a better grade. Your version would be more likely to be worth watching.

  10. dm says:

    Thankfully, we managed to get through our Christmas Eve brunch with no politics. I think there were maybe 5 of 15 that were Trump supporters. My son gave me an earful on the phone a week prior telling me he isn’t my president, blah, blah. I told him I understood completely, as I hated Obama before 2008, his entire terms and will in the future. However, Trump will be President and it might turn out to be a good thing. Until Trump actually proves me wrong, I have nothing to say about it.

  11. Jadzia says:

    I also love how the asshat who dumped his tennis friends apparently created this “party” tradition based on the implicit assumption that people hate their families! That only his stupid party could help them recover from the horror of the holidays. Give me a break. If you are stressed because you have a family to go to (or to come to you) for the holidays, that’s not a bad problem to have. And you are hearing this from somebody who had the world’s most high-maintenance mother-in-law. Does my husband’s family grate sometimes? Yeah. Am I so bitter that I need to go to decompression camp after spending a holiday with them? Not so much.

    • Lulu says:

      They are perennial arrested development teenagers. Disliking your parents/family/authority is a normal healthy phase of separation development while growing up to be independent adults. They are basically infantile personalities. http://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/doi/abs/10.1176/ajp.109.6.429?journalCode=ajp

      • Jadzia says:

        I actually find–not that this is anything to be proud of–that i get MORE angry at my parents (when I think about it, which is not too often), not less, as I get older, mostly because I’ve got all these kids now and have made a bunch of sacrifices (as one does) and it does kind of make me wonder why my parents just did whatever they wanted.

        Of course, I’m sure my own kids will be MORE THAN HAPPY to tell me someday all about how everything I did was wrong, ha ha.

        • Jadzia says:

          But I guess that’s different than this adolescent whining about what a PAIN IN THE BUTT one’s family is, because usually when you ask these kind of folks what the problem is, their answer comes down to something like oh, they’re annoying/oh, Dad leaves the TV on too loud/oh, I don’t like the way they vote, and similar types of bullshit.

          • Lulu says:

            I fought like hell with my father when I was an adolescent. But there were rules if you wanted to fight with him! I had to plan out my arguments. It was the authority thing I was rebelling against. Not as much with my mom and she had the nerve to laugh at me. But I grew out of it in early adulthood when I was independent and they said see we aren’t so bad and you can do all the stupid stuff you want now. I lost them both in my early forties and I miss them horribly. It is a phase and you start to see what and why they were doing it when you are an adult. Or at least I did. My father was strict but fair, had high standards but was kind and did not suffer foolishness. At the time of adolescence he was horrid, stodgy and demanding. In early adulthood I knew how lucky I was in both of my parents and I have tried hard to be as good a parent.

        • DeniseVB says:

          When my son’s twin girls turned 13 I told him I’m passing the baton on the mom advice, just call your sister and she’ll tell you everything we did wrong 😉

  12. DeniseVB says:

    Trump is right again !

    • Lulu says:

      I’m glad Trump is treating Bronco like a sneaky junior high bully. And Lavrov told Kerry to (paraphrasing here) stop bringing his Democrats Lost shit fit to international relations and you’re out dude so just leave now.

  13. DeniseVB says:

    True story. 😉

  14. lateblum says:

    AFAIC, the “I’d have been re-elected for a third term” shit coming from bronco is another racist dog whistle. He’s blaming HRC for not being black enough and the Constitution for being so racist that he couldn’t run for another term. I read something a day or so ago that referenced bronco’s leaving the WH as Trump “taking” the WH from obama. It really was written in a race-baiting way designed to rile up the population that rely on government benefits and those who think they are doing God’s work by supporting obama and the Dems.
    And, to refer back to mothy @5:18, those brawls of a day or so ago were “too spontaneous” for my taste and oddly enough they followed on bronco’s boasts (and dog whistles) about having to leave the WH.
    As I was writing the above, I started thinking about the many times Obama mentioned that he wasn’t a “King” and that he couldn’t just legislate changes that he wanted because he didn’t have the authority. Then,voila! he’d make those changes he wanted with the stroke of his pen. I wouldn’t be surprised if those rioters and BLM folks who saw BHO doing what he wanted even though Congress hadn’t approved, thinking that bronco was being “discriminated against” because he wasn’t being allowed that third term. They are angry and rioting because once again they are being discriminated against – just as BHO is (in their minds) by having the WH “taken away from him”.

  15. DeniseVB says:

    You still rockin’n’rollin’ myiq?

  16. mothy67 says:

    I wonder how SJWs react to Frank Gallagher

  17. votermom says:

    Horseface is on an anti-Israle screed right now

  18. ecoast says:

    One of the first things Trump admin should do is to cut off state dept funding to Kerry’s daughter.
    http://dailycaller.com/2016/09/12/exclusive-john-kerrys-state-department-funneled-millions-to-his-daughters-nonprofit/

    • lateblum says:

      ^This^ is why the Democrat pols are as upset as they are at having lost.

      • Lulu says:

        Money! Moneymoneymoney. All the rest is bullshit to justify what they do for money. “Values” are rationalizations for give me money. “Social justice” is money and who gets it. The Dem spoils system is on the rocks and now they don’t have a way to pay everyone.

  19. Dora says:

    • Lulu says:

      More Obama-ISH which is a language of various words strung together than make no sense but are meant to sound academic, profound and inspiring. I caught the last minute of Kerry’s speech and he looked like death warmed over but agitated and nervous.

      • lateblum says:

        It was on tv here, but my sister called from VT and I was grateful to mute the sound. I am now learning that Kerry said the “no one has done more for the state of Israel than the Obama administration”. Wait, What? Are they really expecting people (who are not still kissing obama’s ass) to believe this??? I am verklempt.
        Kerry and his ilk (and we know who they are) are fuckng crazy.

      • blowme0bama says:

        Yup, another of Obama’s strawmen: “there are those who say we can’t X, other say we must Y, I say #$@”.

      • mothy67 says:

        His plastic surgery is an embarassment. Grown man on the world stage. So pathetic.

      • DeniseVB says:

        I like politi-psycho-babble and word salad too. We sure don’t get that with Trump, yay!

  20. foxyladi14 says:

    Always about the Benjamin’s!! 😯

  21. Dora says:

    I tried to click on the links in this article for further information, but they no longer exist. Nevertheless, it’s worth reading.

    =====

    A history lesson

    The term “Palestina” was invented by the Roman emperor Hadrian. The Romans wanted to rename Eretz Yisrael (the Land of Israel) after the Philistines, the longtime enemy of the Jews. Hadrian believed that by renaming the Jewish homeland after the Jews’ archenemy, he would be able to forever break the bond between the Land of Israel and the Jewish people.

    http://israelmatzav.blogspot.com/2006/07/history-lesson.html

  22. SHV says:

    Al, the wife, was just watching a video clip of police removing 75-100 “youths” from the local mall after a mini riot on Monday. She asked if it was this bad 50 years ago. I had to do a quick arithmetic calculation; hmmmmm the 60s, SDS, Black Panthers, Weather Underground, a decade of anti-war protests, MIK riots, 1968 Chicago Dem Convention, etc. I was in DC in 1968 with 14,000 troops, APCs and machine guns set up on Penn. Ave. “About the same, I guess.” :>)

  23. Dora says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      Yep. You can be Jewish or Democratic, but not both. I assume he was talking about the state of Israel vs. a person, but that’s what he said.

      • SHV says:

        What he said is true with in the false framework that he set up. His argument is that a “single state” of Israel from the Jordan river to the Med., because of current a future demographics can’t be a democratic, majority rule country and still be Jewish. His solution is the creation of two states with the forced re-partition of Israel back to the 1947 borders.

        This is all based on fiction. The real choice is between the “Jewish” position of maintaining the status quo by force of arms vs the “Arab” position of a Jew Free “Palestine” from the Jordan to the sea.

    • Lulu says:

      Uh huh. He is such a great intellectual and statesman. NOT.

    • Somebody says:

      A Jewish state or a democratic state, but not both…..it’s an either or choice in Kerry’s opinion.

      He was speaking in reference to a one state rather that two state solution when he said that. IOW if you are to be a true democracy then you give Palestinians full rights and then in short order you’really no longer a Jewish state. His wording sucked, but I think that’s what he meant.

  24. DeniseVB says:

    😀

  25. Dora says:

    • DandyTIger says:

      And yet she’s still thinking about continuing in politics. NY mayor? 2020 prez run, again. Best part, they would take a pardon and then be shocked when that cost in credibility.

    • Lulu says:

      That’s fine. She would not be able to invoke the Fifth and could be made to fess up or face perjury or obstruction of Congress. She ain’t Nixon who was actually a president. She’s just a wannabe.

      • SHV says:

        “She ain’t Nixon who was actually….”
        ****
        Has there ever been another instance where a blanket pardon has been granted for “crimes” that haven’t been formally charged, pleaded out or tried and a conviction obtained?

  26. Dora says:

  27. Mt.Laurel says:

    I notice Mister Canceling Christmas TOLD his wife that party none of these people whom he suspects voted for Trump were welcome in HIS HOME. Perhaps Alice should put reassessment of marriage to a not so decent fellow on her New Years resolutions list.

  28. SHV says:

    Well Obama and Kerry have thrown down the gauntlet re: Israel and Jews; crickets from Schumer and the nine other Jewish Dem Senators. I suspect a lot of frantic phone calls and e-mails among Dem. “mis-leadership”. I can’t wait for Keith Ellison to be named DNC chair.

  29. SHV says:

    “And here is the picture we’ve all been waiting for: MOVING VAN AT THE WHITE HOUSE.”

  30. SHV says:

    ooops, I made a mess…need house cleaning service!!

  31. Dora says:

    He’s funny when he doesn’t mean to be. 🙂

    ===

    ‘We’re going to have an old folks home’: Harry Reid delivers scathing verdict on Democrats’ aging 2020 presidential hopefuls

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4071480/We-going-old-folks-home-Harry-Reid-delivers-scathing-verdict-Democrats-aging-2020-presidential-hopefuls.html

  32. CiscoKid says:

    Sit tight Bibi, in 21 days the Tump Train will arrive.
    🚂🇺🇸🇮🇱🇺🇸🇺🇸

  33. swanspirit says:

    Obama must have really thought Clinton would win, and he could continue pulling some strings after he was out oif office. Now he seems to be scrambling to do as much damage as he can in the extremely short time he has left, and even those measures might not stand after the Trump train runs over them.

  34. Dora says:

    Krauthammer has a good idea.
    .

    ===

    KRAUTHAMMER: Trump should ‘put his name on’ UN headquarters and ‘turn it into condos’

    Conservative pundit Charles Krauthammer railed against the United Nations on Tuesday, saying President-elect Donald Trump should put his name on the organization’s Manhattan headquarters and “turn it into condos.”

    http://www.businessinsider.com/krauthammer-trump-un-headquarters-condos-2016-12

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